A Barnsley company, which collects information about school attendance of looked after children, has doubled its turnover and staffing in the past five years. more.
Here at the Barnsley Business and Innovation Centre (BBIC) we provide a unique supportive environment for businesses including technology and knowledge based companies located in Barnsley. Our support is tailored to help individuals start or grow their business, whatever their needs.
Working in partnership with Barnsley Council (BMBC) and working in conjunction with Enterprising Barnsley we are delivering pre-start and post-start support to businesses in Barnsley.
SmartStart is a free business development programme which has been designed to support potential entrepreneurs who are thinking about starting a business in Barnsley. The programme offers free support through a portfolio of initiatives including start up open days, business workshops and one to one business consultations at the business surgery.
The GENESIS programme is free to eligible businesses and aims to accelerate the development and growth of innovative technology and knowledge based companies in Barnsley. After consideration we can offer early stage business intensive support to participants for up to 12 months.
Helping your business ideas grow
Are you thinking of starting your own business in Barnsley but don’t know how to begin or where to go for advice? The SmartStart programme will help you on your way to deciding if starting a business is really for you.
Are you looking for support to help you grow your business in Barnsley? The GENESIS programme aims to accelerate the development and growth of businesses in Barnsley.
A range of shared business accommodation for start up and early stage businesses is available at BBIC. Serviced office space is ideal for established businesses needing affordable space with room to grow.
News & Updates
A vintage clothing entrepreneur has transformed his small student venture into a global Barnsley-based business. After selling charity shop purchases on eBay about 12 years ago, John Hickling now runs a company that employs 14 people and operates a 23,000 sq ft warehouse and distribution centre, which supplies more than 200 wholesale customers with recycled, upcycled and remade clothes. more.